Community Involvement

Caring and Giving BackThere are a few things that make New England unique: work ethic, the beautiful landscape and commitment to community.

Community involvement is not only important to the success of our towns and cities; but it is also vital to the success of our veterinary practice, as well. The doctors and staff of Dover Veterinary Hospital know that our success comes with the responsibility and the desire, to give back to the communities that have been so supportive of us.

Our staff members volunteer in support of our schools, churches and libraries. We also enjoy putting our veterinary and organizing skills to good use.

We work with the Cocheco Valley Humane Society to support its animal advocacy efforts, donate money and food on a regular basis, and participate in their annual parade and other fundraising efforts.

We support NH Public Television by contributing to their annual telethon.

Additionally, Stephanie Houle, our Office Manager, is an active fundraiser for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and leads a team composed of our staff. In 2012, we raised $2839.22.

Dover Veterinary Hospital is very pleased to contribute to the communities of New Hampshire and Southern Maine.